Check out our first Zoom PechaKucha Night Biddeford held on April 29, 2020 with four presenters, Nicholas Reichard, Amy Stacey Curtis, Rebekah Lowell, and Faye Warner, with emcee Chrystina Gastelum and Engine’s Tammy Ackerman. We hope you enjoy their personal stories.
In an effort to coordinate the wonderful efforts individuals are making throughout Maine to sew, 3D print, and laser cut personal protective equipment for medical professionals, we’ve created a registration form where makers can register their capacity and location. We’re hoping to coordinate with the state as soon as possible
Running an arts organization during this time is incredibly challenging when there is so much need on the front lines. Long term sustainability is what we are focused on right now. Just as we were here the past ten years to help downtown Biddeford recover from a different set of
In response to Governor Mills’ mandate to Stay Home, Stay Healthy due to the pandemic, Engine is adapting its Cultural Exchange Program that had launched just prior to Biddeford Public Schools shuttering. Understanding that human basic needs are of the utmost priority, we are planning to adopt a CSA model–community